Hong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s embattled businesses frustrated as subsidies in third round of relief fail to meet expectations

  • Fitness centres, closed for nearly two months amid social-distancing restrictions, eligible for just HK$50,000, half of what offered in last round
  • Restaurants see even steeper drop in available aid, while complaining landlords are offering ‘no concessions’

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Hong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong’s gyms, shuttered for nearly two months, have been offered just half of what they received in the first round of relief. Photo: Nora Tam
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